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Here’s how the next All-Ireland football qualifier draw will work

The four Round 2A qualifier games will take place on the weekend of 1-2 July.

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THE ALL-IRELAND football qualifiers are back in full swing and after this weekend four teams will see their 2017 seasons conclude if they suffer defeat.

The winners of Derry-Waterford, Longford-Louth, Laois-Wicklow and Sligo-Antrim will advance from Round 1A to face the beaten provincial semi-finalists that are on the ‘B’ side of the draw.

That list includes Clare and Mayo, as well as the losers from the Meath-Kildare and Tyrone-Donegal games that take place this weekend.

A seperate draw will decide who gets home advantage, but if the two teams have already met in the provincial championship, the winners of that game will automatically host the game.

It means if the draw throws up any of the following match-ups, Meath v Louth, Kildare v Laois, Tyrone v Derry, Mayo v Sligo, Donegal v Antrim, the teams in bold shall play at home.

The four Round 2A qualifier games take place on the weekend of 1-2 July. The draw takes place on RTE Radio 1′s Morning Ireland on Monday morning after the news at 8.30.

Confirmation of venues, times etc for these fixtures will be confirmed by the CCCC on Monday afternoon.

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